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Athletes of the Year Announced

Denver Jewish Day School announced its male and female athletes of the year Activities and Athletic Banquet on May 26.. Male athlete is Daniel Bush, who came to DJDS in 5th grade. Daniel played Varsity football for George Washington High School and played Varsity Basketball for Denver JDS. In the fall, Daniel will attend Simpson […]


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Fifth Grade Makes the Evening News

For the second year in a row, fifth graders at Denver JDS presented kindergarteners from Boston K-8 in Aurora with brand new bikes and helmets. Throughout the school year, students have been donating their own money, and running additional fundraising events to support their Helping Hands project, Wish for Wheels. May 13 was the culmination […]


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6th Grader’s Story Selected

Daniel Oesterle, a sixth grader at Denver Jewish Day School, will be honored by The Grannie Annie Family Story Celebration with publication of his historical family story. Last fall, as part of a family unit in Sue Lamport’s English literature and composition class, students wrote a story from their family history, based upon information they […]


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Two DJDS Teams Compete in Moot Beit Din

Denver JDS recently sent two teams of four high school students to compete in the annual Moot Beit Din competition. In its eighth year of competition, 29 teams from across North America competed in Los Angeles in the largest Moot Beit Din competition to date. For the first time, Denver JDS had two participating teams […]


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DJDS Recognizes Outstanding Librarians & Volunteers

Denver Jewish Day School’s Lower Division (grades K-5) has two part-time librarians in the Henry S. & Erna F. Rubinstein Library who bring their educational backgrounds and skills to the job. Brian Howard works with kindergarten through 2nd graders and Rachel Lieber works with students in grades 3 through 5. Now in his fifth year […]


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